You want to have a meaningful life. You want your life to be surrounded by important things. We all long for our lives to be filled with significant experiences and connections.

Picture a world where every detail of your living space is crafted to honor and appreciate its residents. Such a thoughtfully designed environment signals your belief in the value of your family, your passions, or even yourself.

By intentionally creating a space that nurtures and supports your aspirations, you can foster a deeper connection to your surroundings and reinforce your commitment to living a purposeful and fulfilling life.

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The Art of Choice: Prioritizing What Matters in a Noisy World

Art is a strong tool that can change how we see the world. It’s more than just looks; it has meaning.

To live a meaningful life, we must choose what’s important and what’s not. This gets harder every day.

We’re always surrounded by noise like phones, notifications, and news. It’s tough to get away from it all.

Think about what inspires you and makes your life worth living.

Art should make you feel something, not just decorate your space.

It lets people express their emotions in creative ways that might be hard or impossible with regular objects like furniture.

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Rediscovering the Past: Preserving Heritage through Art and Inspiration

How about this one? Art holds deep cultural significance across many cultures around the world because it can act both aesthetically pleasing but also convey powerful messages through its imagery.

What inspires me as an artist is rediscovering meaningful things from the past. My ultimate goal is to help preserve, in the sense of safeguarding its heritage.

That’s why I choose a play as inspiration for my new collection: Romeo and Juliet.

Art and Literature are bound together in several ways. Great works of art have inspired great works of literature, great works of literature have inspired art, and together art and literature have simultaneously represented similar movements.

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My new collection of Romeo and Juliet watercolors will help you find the beauty in your life.
Each painting is inspired by a different moment from the play, and they are all full of emotions, drama, and life.

Last month I went back to my country Verona Italy, after two years in the US and I spent the holidays with my family.

I also filmed a small documentary on Verona and Romeo and Juliet. it will be ready soon.

Stop running around, take time to breathe. Look around… beauty is everywhere.


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This article was last updated on March 25, 2023 by Alex Righetto

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Alex Righetto

Alex Righetto is an Italian artist based in the US, known for his vibrant and bold paintings that reinterpret Italian and European history in a contemporary context. His work has been featured in various exhibitions and publications, including Vanity Fair and Vogue